- Date: October 28, 2014
- Category: How-To Video
How to Arc Weld
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About This Video...
The first step in learning how to arc weld is learning how to strike the arc. Striking the arc can sometimes be very difficult at first. It’s a delicate flicking motion. It’s not a stabbing or a quick drag, but as if you’re striking a match gently. Once the arc has started the trick is to maintain a nice, smooth molten puddle of metal with a consistent distance between the tip of the welding rod and the surface of the work.
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